Hackney's Redevelopment Proposal - Life Time Fitness

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Life Time Fitness Proposes Redevelopment of Hackney's Property

Current Status: Life Time Fitness will be appearing before the Planning and Zoning Commission at the Wednesday, November 15th meeting. The Planning and Zoning Commission meeting will consist of a presentation by the applicant, a period for public comment, and a vote on whether or not to move the application forward to the Village Board. The applicant, Life Time Fitness will present the details of their development proposal. There will then be a public hearing where residents and other interested parties can ask questions and voice concerns regarding the proposed development. After the presentation and public hearing, the Commission will vote on whether or not to recommend the proposal to move forward to the Village Board.

Background on the Development

Life Time Fitness appeared before the Village Board on Monday, August 21st at 7pm for an initial courtesy review on a proposal to build a high-end luxury fitness facility on the former Hackney's Property at 880 North Old Rand Road.

Plans include a three-story 125,000 square foot health, athletic and recreation facility with an approximately 50,000 square foot outdoor pool deck. A few of the Chicago-metro Lifetime Fitness facilities are in Vernon Hills, Schaumburg, Skokie, Bloomingdale, and Algonquin.

The proposal concept plans can be viewed at LakeZurich.org.
Visit the Lifetime website to learn more and see pictures of their exciting facilities.

The Village Board courtesy review is a preliminary step in the development process which allows the developer to receive feedback on their proposal before they move further along in the process.

Community Feedback Meeting

Life Time Fitness hosted a community meeting on Tuesday, August 15th at 6:30pm in the Police Department Community Room. This meeting is open to all residents in the community who wish to hear directly from the developers and ask questions to learn more about the proposed development.

The Village is collecting public feedback on the proposal at this time.  Click to provide a comment